What flowers can I use to decorate a cake?
A lot of perennials are edible including violas, pansies, and nasturtiums. My favorite edible flowers are roses, chamomile, dahlias, and strawberry blossoms. There are some edible flowers that aren’t great for decorating cakes.
Can I put fresh flowers on a cake the day before?
While cake layers and frosting can be made in advance, I do not recommend adding fresh flowers to a cake ahead of time. Flowers need water to prevent them from wilting. If they’re added to cake more than a day before an event, they can really lose their luster.
Are fresh flowers safe on cakes?
In short the answer is yes, it is safe to use fresh flowers on your wedding cake, so long as you follow these simple guidelines: … If a florist is designing your cake flowers, they’ll take care to ensure the blooms do not come into contact with the cake. Never push flower stems into the cake.
What greenery is safe for cakes?
Leaves, ferns, rosemary and olive branches are all great choices and pretty easy to get a hold of, perfect for rustic wedding fans! Use small sprigs in order to not create a small forest on top of your cake!
How long will fresh flowers last on a cake?
Some blooms are more prone to wilting than others. Most should fare perfectly well for a day – I have actually tested some of Jan’s organic flowers by leaving them, without any cover or cling film, in my fridge, and they remained perfect for 2 whole days.